Entries have started coming in for the Techworld Awards, our annual celebration of all that’s worthy in the IT industry. And we’ve lined up a great selection of judges to help choose the country’s best IT projects.
Already confirmed as judges are Carolyn Kimber, chairman of the Communications Managers Association, Carl Bate, chief technology officer of CapGemini, and James Governor of analyst firm Red Monk. Look for further announcements in the coming weeks.
There is still time to get your entries in. We’re looking for candidates for:
- CIO of the year
- IT department of the year
- public sector IT project of the year
- security project of the year
- mobility project of the year
- green project of the year.
All completed entries must be in by 11 April and further details can be found here.